(a) Any person aggrieved by any action taken under this article shall be afforded
the opportunity for a hearing before the commissioner under the rules promulgated
by the commissioner.
(b) Hearings shall be conducted in accordance with procedures set forth by rule.
(c) All the testimony and evidence at a hearing shall be recorded by mechanical means,
which may include the use of tape recordings. The mechanical record shall be maintained for ninety days from the date of the hearing
and a transcript shall be made available to the aggrieved party.
(d) Any party who feels aggrieved of the suspension, revocation or denial order may
appeal within sixty days to the circuit court of the county in which the person has
located its principal place of business.
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